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Crf^e J3*siIg Press
E;. E. THACKER, Editor and Manager.
PUBLISHED EVERT MORNING
Daily press Compantj,
Entered at the Poatofftce of Newport
News, Va., as second-class matter.
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Dully, six months .
Daily, one month . 40
Daily, one week . 10
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graphic dispatches Should lie addressed
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every morning at the following places:
Crossley Bes.. Washington avenue.
J. A. Cory, Acre.
Chesapeake & Ohio Restaurant.
Charles Robinson's, No. 7 Ivy avenue.
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The Dully Tress Is delivered by car?
riers In Newport News, Hamilton and
Phoebus at 40c. per month. If the
paper ts r..t delivered regularly, please
make complaint at the office of puuli
Advertising rotes furnished em appli?
cation. Contractors are not allowed to
exceed their space or advertise other
than their legitimate business, except
by paving especially for the same. Ad?
vertisements discontinued before the
expiration of contract will be charged
for at transient rates for the tlmt In?
Tlie 0atro?tworthy Liar.
Coming in on tho Pnlncsvillc car the
other morning tw o rial estate dealers were
"1 heard n man pet off a pretty good
thing nbout Dash and Blank tho utlier
day,'' said one of tiicm.
'"'What was ID" the other asked.
"Ho said, 'I'd much rather deal with
Dash than with Blank.' 'Why no?'1 in
quired. 'You know Bush is a man whom
you can't believe under any circuin
TUESl >.\ V, FEBRUARY
Continues tor 2 Wcekrtore
And the opportunity for you toiy goods at
such ridiculous prices will never o\r again, as
we do not intend to carry any sk from our
present store to our new store?'2) "Washing?
There ore only a fe
'ou want one- to finis]
tr brad, s that s.
olors of Quills at 1
rs in black and all
ats that sold at $1.:
the Untrimmed FeHats left and ?
season with now ism- time to buy.
s to $l.4S. youe c.h..i.-.w 9 cent's.
s . all s:;.-:. s, 1!) cents.
50 and 75 cents, 33 ts.
In which we place
170 pairs of
These are pointed
toes and consist of]
bals and congress?]
that formerly sold tor
S>4. S3.50 and io.
which we now offer
for the low price ot
Black Taffeta In |
Striped rPWbons in
Plain colors in Sa
No. 7 al i". cents a \
1 aid, Ko. 1(1 at 10
your choicS cents,
ut 'J cents.
own. CarJlir.a] and' sca.l.-t, regular 37
a yatd. **
n and mouses, u regular fJGcality, now 1
The greatest offer
I! I ever made to the peo
m pie of this city.
a. No. 5 et
at 7 cents a yard. .
rd and No. 22 at 12 lc
cents a yard.
.2 at S cents a
nts a yatd.
Children's Silk Caps.
still have a r.Cce line that you enn get lesihan actua
Guosgraln Whit.- Cap. was 39 cents, now mi nts.
Silk Cap, ombiold. red. -was TT. cents., new Sfcnts.
..ut $1.00 in i $1.25, in al stylos and sizes, w f.'.i ntt
.00 and $2.00 Siik Caps, now 9S cents.
i nir Dress <;?
ase you yet
...Is is show
us there is
t: g the- effe' ts ot th
1 good Sio.'k ;? Sei,
a black or blue,
Our cut price sale of
Clothina. Hats and
furnishings is still the
talk of the town.
?h All W
fool Dr. i
k Figured Sei ge.
ck IPHgured Moh
?ad- of Black He
li' for IG'.ic a :
in medium c i-'.'ors, f
"> cents, in different
10 cent quallltyt at 21
.: - |u 1 .
rietta Cloth, a regul
tion is the natura
voice, there are the
of praise in its r
lifo cannot lie liv.
ence. Before it cu
titied with it. that their
. only as u public but as
IS A N ITA'U Y I ' f.i All irCVAHE'NT.
SA N 1T AIRY DISPARTM BNT.
LDIERS' HOME THEATRE,
Thursday, February IOiU898
ONE NIGHT ONLY.
nts a vi rd?a
nts a yard?ol
Embroiderieb and Laces.
now to buy as they have nev r Ii
Two Specials in Cotton Undervear.
nt embroidery und iiserting
ind '12 'inch embroidtety at 0'J
at 69c. jg
Clothier. Shoer anc
All of the prices mentioned in our prevous adver?
tisements still prevail.
Among them w re such as Lancaster Apron Ginghams at -Hie yard
Androscoggin Cotton at 5 3-4 cents yard?10 .vards to each customer.
Forr. st Mills C.tt..n at ?M.c. a yard.
Sheetings at l!i%, 13% and 15 cents a yaod.
Cambon Flannel at 3 3-1 cents a yanil
Bridal U.v.se Soaj) at 3 centte a cake?1 box to each cirstotmer.
Pixtures Fop Sale*
low feeTing which
fron.?, it sma ks t.
eat drrg" idea.
The Flon'ea Tint-,
asks if it would p,
the futfure, e-j
- ? dogmatic po:
? ... f v. t
tried it -would l>e s
ginia and , very cvth
ways ate a disgra
spend some thougl
subject of rood lm<\
The true ir.uur
against Am t. an
the fact that the E
ts .making a d.-sp.
agriculturists of ii
*t<ppori of his poli
izernent. He may I.
ing the farmers 1,
tlheir favor, but it
the consumers in C
influ nee which wi
overthl.-ow of this .
No doubt M r. Di
"jTU'Sii. unk'.a'ietit . t
old gag, "Where li-i
sr-iung on ijim at :
The results of General Bl-ai.c's
paign may ?>* most fittingly expr .-.
by a pun on that distinguished gent
man's nam . Tiius:-0!
The beautiful Heb n Rus?
sell and Twenty-seven others
Splenc id Scenery.
1 Eat At
mackeys . . .
. . h~staurant.
PARTIAL SETS 1 IN PltOPORTION. 1
No charge for extracting where teeth arc ordered. [
EXTRACTING.25 cents [
1 l'AINLESS EXTXtACTINO.50 cents E
? SILVER FILONG.50 cents up k
^ GOLD FILLING.$1.00 up. '
q TEETH tlLEA'MED.75 cents. |
A BRIiDGE WORK AND CROWNS, 22 KARAT GOLD, $5.00 PER TOOTH, |
a Mil ujork Guaranteed.
I DR. R LEE ROBINSON, Dentist.
^ P. O, Building, over Daily Press Of ace, Newport News, Va. i
^Office Hours 9 A. M. to 5 P. M. Sundays, 9 A. M. to 12 M. j
% V V V ? yf<fl>V*VV -^fr f ^ V My V W W V W' V '
Why Not Buy
iii n. ?U?iittiiii?,
)6 The Public Enjoys It, U
It Was a Ilai d Pill
for the iVierchants
Meals at all 1:
First class Din
tier, 25c. From 12 !.>?> 1'. M. The best
that tit.- market ttlTurtls in every re
apect. Game in Hoason. Suppers fur?
nished to parties on short notice.
Car. Wtish-nswn Avenue and 24th St.
G EOR G E EOH?E. /v\tjr.
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER.
2S0i Washington avenue
REPAIR WORK A .SPECIALTY.
The "one-third oil'" sale that we advertised
last week nuty not have wrecked all the other
merchants in the city, but it has kept them guess?
ing, and the old shelf-worn goods that have been
brought out and reduced in price would make
Noah groan with envy if he lived to this day to
know that some of Newport News clothing dealers
had gotten a part of the stock that Avas taken in
Our one-third off sale
gives you a choice of this season's produc?
tion, and our original prices being marked
plainly on the ticket, you simply have to
select what you want and do your own
SIS.00 Overcoats now J12.00 $<i->0 Trousers now $4.33.
IG.50 Overcoats now 11.00 5.00 Trousers now 3.33.
lie.. Overcoats now 10.00. 4.50 Trousers now 3.00.
12.50 Overcoats now 8.33. 4.no Trousers now Ii.67.
10.00 Overcoats now 6.(17. 3.1.(1 Trousers now 2.00.
?.00 2.00 Trousers now 1.33.
5.00. 1.50 Trousers now 1.00
4.00. 1.26 Trousers now 83c.
$!5.(i0 Suits now $10.00.
A s he is offering such liberal
inducements. lie is now
closing out his entire Fali
stock and the prices which
we have marked our reliable1
stock down to is without a
doubt a chance which no one
can afford to loose, so we ad ?
vise you to call early and
make your selection. Note
these prices carefully :
<'la.'l.it-en's Fine D.an!gol'a. patent leath?
er Dips, button or ktoe, regular price 85
cemts, closing price 50 cants.
Misses' Vidi Kid, solid leextlher, button
r '! ice. regullair price $1.35, closing price
12.00 Suits now
In.00 Suits now
0.00 Suits now
X.00 Suits now
7.50 Suits now
0.00 Suits now
U The Banner Clotlnier, */
Jf 260G Washington ave., Atlantic Hotel Building. U
marine Vies Kid, 'all the
. button ear '.'ace., reiruiaa
..?lug t-riCe $1.25. '
Ladlves' Hiaira? Sewed .and Hand Turn
d Impionted Vied Kid. latest coin toe, in
lutiton or hue-, regular price $3.50, clos
ng price $1.08.
Hoys' SaJti.n Oalf. eotid kJa.th er .spring
reael. -button c.tr lace, regular price $1.35.
?l .-l ng price 74 cents.
'Mernes Satan Calf, ?solid loa'tther, iace
in,! ooinigiresis, 'regultar price $2, closing
?Men's Hamid Sewed Russet, petent
eiaitlhler, coCm or bull dog toes, regular
irioe $4.50. elosiimg price $2.50.
Men's Box Calf, ihiamd sewed, ltaibest
? tyie tregoikur price $4.50, closing
Men's White Merino Shirts and Dra>w
?rs, reigular price 50 etcn'ts, Cloaing price
Nature.* Wool Shirt atnd Draw
lur price $1.00, cflosjCmig price 50c.
2906 Washington Ave.
rue op lo-oaie snoe 8 Genisi irju;n^mas_siore
3. B. SWINEBTUN, Mcnsjer
SPECIAL RATES TO COMMKRCTA1
AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLAN.
PURE ICE, j ARC, X
\ Incandescent and
! Bell Wiring done
GOLD STORAGE, oa short n?tlcc
ftRG LIGHTS, Inspection guatv
Incandes&ent. Lirjhts, , anteed.
METER OR CONTRACT i
Fixtures al Factory Prices!
Peninsula Electric Light and Power Co.
NEWPORT MEWS, VA.
(Board of Direc tors meet third Tuesday in each mouth.)
If you want a building lot ?
Buy it of the $
Old Dominion Land Gomoanu I
Lots for sale on easy terms in all sections of the #?
Finely located husiiiess lots on "Washington ave. \X
Farms for sale or rent in Elizabeth C'ty, War- fT
wick and York Counties.
Old Dominion L?and Company, ^
ROOM NO. 11. \i
FIRST NATIONAL BANK. BUILDING. /?
OFFICE OPEN UNTIL 8 P. M. j(j
SCHMELZ BROS., BANKERS,
NEWPORT NEWS. VA.
DO A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
Accounts of individuals. Anns and corporations solicited.
Collections made on all parts of the country. Foreign exehanp.es bought
and sold at lowest rates. Foreign drafts issued on all parts ot the world.
IN OUR DIME SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
Deposits raewtv?." from 10 cents to Jli.OUO.Oc and interest allowed at the rate of
4 PER CENT. PER ANNUM.
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT.
Osnly safety traces In Cie dty secured by time locks.
W. A Pos?. President. 8. R. Swlnerton, Vice-Proslden-t. 3. A. Willctt, Cashier
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF NEWPORT NEWS
W. A. Pout. J. R. Swlnerton. M. B. Crowell, if. V. Doughty,
lt. G. Cickford. C. B. Orcutt, I. Eugene White. J. A. Willett.
Account* of banks, carporntlons, merchants, individuals and firms invited.
We offer depositors every accommodation which their balances, business and
responsibility warrant. Sell our owa drafts drawn on all principal cities of.
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT.
G B. WEST. President. D. S. JONES, Vice-President. W. E. VEST, Cashier.
citizens and Marine Bank
OF NEWPORT NEWS, VA.
CAPITAL $50,000. SL liPI IIS ?i i nnn
PAID IH DIVIDENDS, $13.500 $1*,000
A general banking business. Every facilitv offered r.iv
transaction of .business on favorable tirZ Thl account of fSwrauSS*
Firms and Individuals solicited. Spc-ci al .attention givenTXS CS ?
drawn on all parts of the world. B ?uns. urarts
A SPECIAL SAVINGS DEPARTMENT *
INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS OF $1 U"D UPWARD
_ ? DIRECTiiRS :
E T'ivy1' ^ PirkD'S Jo^aBenSOn,i ?' R Jennmgs. L. P. Stearnes,
T- Ivy- D- s- Jones, A. C. Garrett. J. M. Curtis.
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lat -t designs sind stv'e
direct fr.-m N"e\v York and take pleasure
in inxiting ihc public to inspect same.
Those in need ol' Wall Paper will do well
to stop in Lasb's Carpet; Department
where there will be several different sam?
ple books upon the table. Yon wil not
be requested to buy but simply to look
the stoxdt -o-VfrT' -~~
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